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Voting in Mortgage Strategy Awards 2017 closes tomorrow


Have you had your say on who you believe are the key players in the mortgage industry? If not, you have just one more day to do so as voting in the Mortgage Strategy Awards 2017 ends at close of play tomorrow, Friday October 21.

Considered a key event in the mortgage industry calendar, the Mortgage Strategy Awards acknowledge those who have excelled in each category, covering lenders, providers, brokers and distributors, as well as individual performance awards.

This year self-nomination was introduced to provide firms and individuals with the opportunity to put forward their own case for recognition. The judging process has also been shaken up for the 2017 awards and a panel of esteemed industry experts will interview those in the broker and distributor categories who have been selected by the editor to progress to the final stages.

The awards ceremony will take place on 16 March 2017, when the winners will be announced in an evening not to be missed.

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